Millthorpe School: ‘We are all incredibly proud of our students’

We're not clear how many GCSEs the dog has got

Pupils and staff at Millthorpe School are celebrating an excellent set of GCSE results this year.

Headteacher Gemma Greenhalgh said: “We are all incredibly proud of our students at Millthorpe. They have achieved excellent results.

We have been thoroughly impressed by their resilience, dedication and relentless determination to succeed; they are a credit to our school. They have remained positive, good humoured and supportive of each other throughout their GCSE years.

“We are very grateful for the support of all of our parents and carers who have motivated their children and continued to work alongside our staff to ensure the students achieve the grades they have worked so hard to achieve.

“I would also like to publicly thank all my colleagues who have worked so hard to support and inspire our students.”

She added: “Many of our students deserve recognition for their achievements, which may not always be the highest grades, but represent real success for them.”

These Millthorpe students achieved at least eight grade 7/8/9s (equivalent to A/A* and above): Imogen Barratt, Harrison Bottomley, Dulcie Kyle, Alex Pugh, Florence Partridge, Myles Smith, Bella Gill, Jet Stokes, Hannah Jeffreys, Harvey Karmazyn, Joseph Balderson, Mal Collins, Theo Moir, Sean Kerr, Angus Moody and Olivia Weatherstone.

“Congratulations to Louisa Birch, Korbin Evans and Eloise Moore who all achieved an outstanding eight grade 9s!”